CNN’s Jim Acosta Gets RIPPED by His Own Colleagues After Stephen Miller Beatdown

CNN’s White House Correspondent, Jim Acosta who is known for his theatrical childish outbursts took things to another level Thursday when he attempted to argue with President Trump’s senior policy advisor, Stephen Miller, over a new Republican-backed bill which reduces legal immigration.

It turns out Acosta’s fellow colleagues at CNN are even fed up with his antics.

Via Washington Examiner:

One of Acosta’s colleagues, an on-air conservative political commentator for CNN, said he sees an ulterior motive in Acosta’s actions. He said Acosta’s widely noticed clashes with the White House give the impression that he wants a new role at the network.

“He’s angling to host an opinion show,” he said. “These [White House] briefings are his auditions.”

Another CNN employee in Washington, D.C. made it clear that Acosta’s outbursts aren’t as popular behind the scenes as CNN sometimes makes them out to be on the air.

“Ugh, just ugh,” a producer told the Washington Examiner when asked about Acosta.

Stephen Miller gave Jim Acosta an epic beatdown and scolded him in front of millions of people calling him out for his ‘Cosmopolitan bias’ after he implied only immigrants from Britain or Australia speak English.

CNN hack Jim Acosta attempted to make the immigration bill seem as if it was a racist bill from the beginning, but first he brought a poem on the Statue of Liberty:

“What the President is proposing here does not sound like its in keeping with American tradition when it comes to immigration, the Statue of Liberty says give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, it doesn’t say anything about speaking English or being able to be a computer programmer, aren’t you trying to change what it means to be an immigrant coming into this country telling them they have to speak English?”

 In case you missed it, here is Stephen Miller schooling CNN hack, Jim Acosta:

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